ICT Analyst (Current Employee) - Cork - 11 December 2019
A lot of emphasis on working together. Communication is well done and management are very friendly. It does feel a lot like a living community in many ways. Some days can be tough when an a larger issue affects many sites but that kinda comes with any job in IT.
I met alot of people good sense of team work. It's hard going at times but if you work well with others you will find it's great opportunity to meet new friends.
Management are very helpful and have shown compassion
Enjoyable work,fast paced- driven and always a focus on continuous improvement.Strong team work evident across the site.Lots of opportunity to learn and grow with emphasis on coaching and development of all staff
Kerry is a terrible place to work. It's run by kids straight out of college who never worked a day in their lives. They keep check on every minute at the clock. The shift work requires you to work 7 days, evenings or nights a week.
I worked there for a number of months, on night shift, despite asking to be moved onto the day shift as didn't suit, they didn't take into consideration, despite newcomers getting in on days, I was left on nights. Also, little or no Irish working there so tend to be in the minority.
Expectation for General Operators is to work 7 days per week Kerry expects to be entitled to change your shift pattern at a days notice no matter what plans you may have made. No respect for peoples personal lives.